A humble and accomplished student leader

Hithem Ghadamsi wasn’t the type of student who would brag about his accomplishments. According to his professors at the University of Washington Bothell, he was a disciplined student and a leader among his peers — but not the kind of leader who took credit for his work or boasted about his achievements. His work, however,...

June 22, 2023

Undergraduates invited to research stem cells

Three UW Bothell undergraduates were awarded fellowships — usually bestowed just to graduate and post-doctoral students — to research heart development, kidney disease and osteoporosis. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

December 28, 2021

Meet Keiara Windom, Avanade STEM scholar turned employee

Mathematics major and Avanade Scholar Keiara Windom shares her story with Avanade about how the scholarship supported her as a women in STEM and why she excited to be joining Avanade as business analyst. Read the story on Avanade's blog.

November 22, 2021

My Story: A tale of two Huskies & two heroes

Christian Dunham, STEM graduate student, Green Beret, veteran and volunteer with Task Force Pineapple, works to get Afghan refugees safely out of Afghanistan and to the states. In so doing, he is paying forward a great sacrifice made by one of his heroes. Read the UW Bothell news story.

November 2, 2021

Viral Epidemics prepares students for college life

Virtual Epidemics is a Discovery Core course that prepares students for university-level learning and provides context for the state of the world during the second year of the coronavirus pandemic. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

October 27, 2021

Climate change through a broader lens

Dr. Jessica Hernandez broadens the understanding of climate change by incorporating Indigenous perspectives into a course historically focused on Western science. “When we come together it makes the knowledge stronger.” Read the story in UW Bothell news.

October 14, 2021